God intended us to live in the fullness of continuing the supernatural ministry of Jesus (salvation, signs, wonders). We can cancel our reservations about the Giver of that power (God Himself) and about the inadequacies of the recipients of that power (us). KEY SCRIPTURES Acts 1, John 16:7, Mt 7:9-11,…
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Jesus invites us to rest in him– instead of in our significance, our calling or our circumstances. KEY SCRIPTURES Matthew 11 RESPONSES Rest in Christ as Lord, submitted only to Him
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the stroke of God’s eternal victory that knocks us off our feet…and the one we should have seen coming! KEY SCRIPTURES Luke 24:1-8 Isaiah 53 Jeremiah 31 Romans 10:9-10 RESPONSES Believe the fullness of the Gospel, and once we believe, walk closely with Jesus…
God has designed the church to be together (universally in Spirit and locally in location and government), and He moves in power when the local church gathers. Here’s how we gather and why. KEY SCRIPTURES Ephesians 2-3 1 Peter 2 1 Corinthians 12 Acts 2 Hebrews 10:25 RESPONSES Understand that…
“Working out our salvation” involves us not standing on the sidelines, but rather engaging God as a church and as individuals, listening to and obeying all that Jesus commands. It’s not for nothing– it’s “to fulfill His good purposes.” RESPONSES:
The conclusion of our study through Jonah: yes, God is relentlessly after the lost, but He’s after our heart as we obey Him to reach them, too.
God has called His people to take the Gospel to the ends of the earth and to make disciples of Jesus Christ. Who is waiting on the other side of our obedience?
Since the Great Commission has always been God’s heart, we can confidently know what His desires are for the lost and for the Church He sends unto them.
God has given us a sure identity and a rich calling as believers, as the church, and as individuals.
Living like Jesus is Lord is the adventure of counting the cost of following Him and resting in the promise of His victory.